The process of mass bankruptcy of credit organizations in Ukraine began during the events on Maidan, said 1st Deputy head of the national Bank of Ukraine Alexander Pisaruk, in charge of banking supervision.
"With all the positive aspects, With all due respect, the highest dynamics of outflow of deposits was then, in February-March of last year. The revolution of this magnitude affect the stability of the banking system, " said Pisaruk in conversation UNIAN." Second, the banking system was not cleared in time. And it would eventually go off, but not so quickly And on such a scale. The revolution has served as a strong catalyst for what would have been anyway. In the banking system has seen many insolvent credit institutions, banks "zombie banks" sink ", undercapitalized institutions. We are working on this issue, " he added. In early March, the head of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeria Gontareva stated that the country in the end of 44 bankruptcy of credit organizations in 2014-2015 lost 200 billion hryvnia (about $ 9 billion at current exchange rates), or almost 9% of GDP. Prior to this, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine said that the economy will fall In the next three years. The head of VTB Andrey Kostin announced that Ukraine is placed in a default position, And without external financial assistance, the banking sector will not survive. Remember, international monetary Fund believes that the decline of the economy of Ukraine in 2015 will amount to 5, 5%. In addition, the IMF Experts believe that in 2015 Ukrainian exports will fall on the background of the overall deterioration in the trade. The IMF predicts the rates of inflation in Ukraine in 2015 at the level of 2014, assuming a price increase of 25%.